Imam Khomeini's defined authentic and appealing preaching principles

Imam Khomeini's defined authentic and appealing preaching principles

A series of well-established moral, educational, academic and preaching principles can be extracted from Imam Khomeini’s theological works.

The religious and spiritual leader of the world frequently said that Islam has been a complete code of life and guides all of us towards wisdom and moderation.   

Imam Khomeini regards education as an important in running and building a constructive society. 

 From viewpoint of Imam Khomeini, education system of Islamic society should be based on rules such as principle of priority of self-correction over correcting others.

 The principles of self-refinement   priority over teaching, training continuity, the repetition and indoctrination, directionality of training and and the principle of attractionism also have significant place in Imam’s dynamic ideals and thought.   

Natural growth which is growth in physic and biology, intellectual growth which is fostering reasoning is spiritual growth and nurturing movements of heart and imagination, scientific and political development.   

Imam Khomeini the founder of the Islamic Republic advised preachers and clerics to focus on core divine message during the holy months of Ramadan and Moharram and take care of all various stratum of society. 

The great Imam frequently insisted that preachers should mindful of all patients, elderly and disabled people who attend the religious ceremonies during these two sacred months.  

Imam also recommended that loudspeakers should be kept within the mosques and organizers should preachers should never create trouble for masses.  

The great Imam was undoubtedly staunch supporter of holding these ceremonies where the divine teachings are preached or sufferings of the members of the prophet’s household are expressed and explained for the participants.

Imam, however, wanted these ceremonies to become a platform for promotion of real Ramadan culture and genuine teachings of Islam.

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